Mudd-Ox Dual Wheels - Ultimate Stability

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Thread: Mudd-Ox Dual Wheels - Ultimate Stability

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    Max 4 adapters

    Ball park figure for 2004 max 4 dual wheel adapters?

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    Ball park figure for 2004 max 4 dual wheel adapters?
    Is it too much to ask or is the price too much to ask?

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    Perhaps try this. I believe the one's at the bottom of the page are what is used.

    Tires, Wheels, Adapters, and Duels

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    Quote Originally Posted by ww2imposter View Post
    Ball park figure for 2004 max 4 dual wheel adapters?
    Quote Originally Posted by ww2imposter View Post
    Is it too much to ask or is the price too much to ask?
    If your Max IV has 26x12x12 tires, the adapters are $100 each with studs and lug nuts. However, there are many combinations of tires and rims. We must know your exact setup to provide the best product.

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    Good demo, maybe think about six bikini clad models for the next test. And by models, I specifically mean ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudd-Ox Inc. View Post
    That's sharp

    I can't help but image what dual 16" tires would look like >;-)

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    No doubt dualies ad a lot of stress on the axle hubs. Cool, regardless.
    Stand for the Flag. Kneel for the Cross.

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